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Olympic Medalists Paul and Morgan Hamm Challenge Americans to Help Children-in-Need Worldwide
Date:6/5/2008

Gymnasts Team Up with LISTERINE(R) Antiseptic to Drive Support for Right To

Play's Red Ball Child Play Program

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J., June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Olympic Medalists Paul and Morgan Hamm are teaming up with the makers of LISTERINE(R)* to help Americans bring the benefits of healthy sports and play to underprivileged children across the world. Recognizing the importance of healthy routines and physical activity, LISTERINE(R)* and the Hamm brothers are supporting the Right To Play Red Ball Child Play program, a charity created to assist children affected by war, poverty and disease by teaching healthy behavior and important life values such as fair play and teamwork. These values have played a big role in helping the Hamm brothers' achieve their Olympic dream and they aspire to help provide children-in-need access to the same essential lessons that carried them to medals in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.

Starting today and throughout the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, the makers of LISTERINE(R)*, through their affiliation with a Worldwide Partner of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, will donate one dollar for every person (up to 100,000) who visits http://www.listerine.com and clicks on Right To Play's red ball. Reaching this goal will help Right To Play improve the lives of 500,000 children in 23 countries by engaging kids in activities that teach healthy living through the Red Ball Child Play initiative.

"Growing up, Morgan and I had amazing opportunities through sports to discover the positive impact of making healthy choices and being a part of a team, however, not all kids are so lucky," says Paul Hamm, 2004 Olympic gold medalist. "A powerful way to assist children is by teaching life skills found in sports and play. We're committed to supporting the Red Ball Child Play influence and ask Americans to do the same," added Morgan Hamm, 2004 Olympic silver medalist.
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